Listen Tumblr Youth, read my comic and I’ll buy ALL of you a bRaNd nEw1bed 1bath underground bunker, complete with a Uline Foam Pallet for sleep, and a bucket of some GAS trees imported from a weed sage in Canada whose name I’m not allowed to know but I know he’s good for it.
Just a head’s up for those of you doing Christmas shopping this year; this is the official #GrabYourWallet boycott list of companies that do business with the Trump family.
Lord and Taylor
Trump Golf Courses
Bed Bath & Beyond
Sacs off Fifth
Sears (southeastern only)
Also for your consideration to boycott:
NASCAR: (ceo supports trump)
Hobby Lobby: (basically the worst art supplier ever, denies it’s employees birth control and supports trump. Michael’s is more expensive but they have great sales and are basically worth it. In some areas there’s also Jerry’s Art Supplies)
ABC Supply (ceo supports trump)
Forbes.com (ceo supports trump)
National Enquirer: (Endorses trump)
MillerCoors: (founder gave trump money)
Jenny Craig: (board member supports Trump)
Uline: (ceo raised funds for Trump)
People Magazine: (working to normalize Trump)
New Balance: (ceo supports trump)
Yuengling Beer: (founder supports Trump)
Also congratulations to Shoes.com who dumped all of their Trump products recently! I look forward to seeing this list grow.
Remember that you can always call these companies at their customer service hotlines and urge them to stop carrying Trump products.
We’ve never read the ULINE catalog together, I suppose because it can be a pretty intimate experience. I think we’re ready to take it to the next level.
I am embarrassing low on crossover ladders. I’m going to fill the neighborhood with fake rocks and hide EVERYTHING. I’m looking for something fancier for my crowd control needs. And always remember, my babies, you can diy filling your void.
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hello ms emi! i want to start selling prints, keychains, etc. online but i don't know where to start. since you run a storenvy store, i was curious where do you get your merch printed? and do you have any advice for someone just starting out as an online vendor? tysm for reading this and have a nice day!
hey! sorry i didn’t get this until now TUMBLR DOESN’T NOTIFY ME ANYMORE so i have to manually check inbox when i remember x(
i get my prints at a local minuteman press, maybe you have one near you! i have also used fireball printing while i was in the east coast. if you are doing smaller print runs you can also go to your local staples/office max/etc but they are usually more expensive. i get small prints done at walgreens/target using their photo service.
for cosmetic bags and stuff i used artscow.com, but i haven’t ordered in a while just bc the profit margin is much lower than prints. i know some people have a more direct and cheaper way to print them overseas but it’s a bigger hassle so i haven’t bothered.
for advice hmm, i’m still pretty bad at online selling tbh lol x( i know people who print shipping labels and stuff from the site/paypal but i messed up the one time i tried so i haven’t since, i just take a batch to the post office each time and let them hate me lol. i charge cheaper for prints online than at cons since shipping rates have been steadily rising each year. it’s ridiculous now for international shipping.
Why, after all, do writers write? What is the impulse, the insistence on story, on seeing and representing the world? It has little to do with technology although everything to do with narrative, which is a purpose that, on the surface, technology also seems to share. The difference is that the writer creates narrative with intention, whereas technology merely gathers, or processes, information, leaving interpretation, analysis, up to us.
Sometimes the work that renders us the most uncomfortable is that which allows readers to connect: both because of how they see us, and also because of how it coaxes them to see themselves. This is the squishy middle ground of self-exposure, in which the more we share about the depths of our own circumstance, the more (paradoxically) we connect.